It was a really miserable days. With freezing temperatures, slushy rain and gusting winds. A day you wanna spend inside with a hot chocolate in your hands. Yet I was in the Tundra. Once again I was looking to find the biggest Moose bulls. And suddenly one came walking right towards me. He didn't seem aggressive but he didn't seem willing to walk around me neither. So I jumped out of his way and he continued walking. 

I followed. I spent hours with him. I heard his soft guttural grunts, I could smell his wet fur... It was amazing. I didn't even realize that my feet were soaked and my hands were numb. My camera's viewfinder was fogged up and I aimed blindly. From the outside everything looked miserable. But I was incredibly happy and had forgotten the world...

Printed on high quality matte and age resistant photo paper. The smooth surface gives the paper a lovely soft feel and the print a stunning sense of depth.

With a smooth, white passepartout and a black alder wood frame

Rather than using heavy glass, I chose a non-glare acrylic that means prints are easier to ship to you, have zero glare and a reduced cost.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Acrylite front protector
• White mat board
• Hanging hardware included

The King of the North

    Hoar frost covers a northern forest that stretches over several mountains as far as the eye can see